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"Nihon Mizokugaku" - Table of Contents - No.271-280

No.280 (Nov, 2014)

  • Changes in Tombstone Inscriptions of Coal Miners' Graves: The Case of “Tomoko” Graves in the Horonai and Yayoi Cemeteries, Mikasa City — TAKAHASHI Fumiya
  • Succession of “Satoshugen” in a Local Community — ITO Akane

No.279 (Aug, 2014)

  • Succession of Rice Farming on Terraced Fields — ISHIMOTO Toshiya
Mini Special Feature: China, Hot Spot of Intangible Cultural Heritage Conservation Policy: Lessons Learned from Chinese Folklore Studies
  • Folklore Studies in the Era of Cultural Heritage: Overcoming the Mistaken Dichotomy — SUGA Yutaka
  • Folklore Researchers and Conservation of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Present Day China — CHEN Qinjian (Translated by NISHIMURA Mashiba; edited by MUROI Yasunari)
  • The China Folklore Society and Conservation of Intangible Cultural Heritage — YE Tao (Translated by NISHIMURA Mashiba; edited by MUROI Yasunari)
  • The Diverse Roles of Local Conservation of Intangible Cultural Heritage: A Case Study of the Shaoxing Shunwang Miao Association — CHEN Zhiqin (Translated by NISHIMURA Mashiba; edited by MUROI Yasunari)
  • Issues for Folklore Studies from the Intangible Cultural Heritage Conservation Movement — SHI Aidong (Translated by NISHIMURA Mashiba; edited by MUROI Yasunari)

No.278 (May, 2014)

  • What is "Folklore Studies"? — SHIMAMURA Takanori
  • Water Use Customs as Disaster Disparity Reduction Mechanism: Theses on Flood Tolerance in Fukama Area, Lower Tone River — KANEKO Hiroyuki
  • History and Role of Industrial Research in Folklore Studies: An Introduction to Industrial Folklore Studies — UDA Tetsuo
  • Background to the Monchu Study Boom Since the 1980s — MATSUO Azusa

No.277 (Feb, 2014)

Special Issue: Research Trends in Japanese Folklore Studies (2009-2011)
  • Editorial Reflections on Research Trends in Japanese Folklore Studies (2009-2011) — SUZUKI Masataka
  • Overview — IWAMOTO Michiya
  • Livelihoods — NOJI Tsuneari
  • Childbirth and Childcare — YASUI Manami
  • Funerals and Graves — DOI Hiroshi
  • Villages — ICHIKAWA Hideyuki
  • Family and Kinship — NAKAGOMI Mutsuko
  • Calendrical Rituals — KURAISHI Atsuko
  • Folk Belief — NAKANISHI Yuji
  • Oral Tradition — SAITO Jun
  • Folk Performance — KUBOTA Hiromichi
  • Disasters — SUZUKI Iwayumi
  • Cultural Properties — MURAKAMI Tadayoshi
  • Nature — FUJII Hiroaki
  • Geography and Folklore Studies — IMAZATO Satoshi
  • Sociology and Folklore Studies — TSURU Rieko
  • Archeology and Folklore Studies — TOKIEDA Tsutomu
  • Education and Folklore Studies — ITO Junro

No.276 (Nov, 2013)

  • Industrial Structure and Network for Sardine Purse Net Fishing in Osaka Bay — MASUZAKI Katsutoshi
  • Research on the Names of the Animal Exorcism Ritual Shimakusarashi in the Ryukyu Islands: Outlook and Issues from Comprehensive Field Studies — MIYAHIRA Moriaki
Special Articles: "Senzo no Hanashi" from the Kyoto Perspective
  • Main Characters 2 ? Kyoto University Cultural History Schoolfs Reception of "Senzo no Hanashi" — KIKUCHI Akira
  • Tombstones and Folklore Studies: Before and After Yanagita — SUNAMI Soichiro
  • Takeda Choshu's Theory of Ancestor Worship — ONO Hajime
  • "That's Probably Not All": Takatori Masao's Proposed Perspective — DOI Hiroshi

No.275 (Aug, 2013)

Special Edition: How Literate Culture is Treated in Folklore Research
  • The Potential for Broadening Folklore Studies by the Inclusion of Literate Culture: the Transmission of Writing and the Folklore of Written Materials — KOIKE Jun'ichi
  • Genealogy and Descendants: the Present-day Significance of Genealogies of the Ryukyu Kingdom officials — TAKEI Motoaki
  • The Representation and Function of Documents, Observed in Shugendo Scriptures: Folklore Studies and Bibliography — HISANO Toshihiko
  • The Possibility for Documentary Studies at the Peripheries — WATANABE Keiichi

No.274 (May, 2013)

  • The "Depended Upon" Head Family and Changes in Traditional House Relations: From "Original Relatives" under the Domainal (Edo) System, to Today's "Dependent" Head Family — TAKEI Motoaki
  • The Lifestyle "Rhythm" of Fishers in the Inland Sea: an Analysis Focusing on Holidays in Takami Island, Kagawa Prefecture — ARA Kazuyoshi
  • The Use of Agricultural Implements in the "Wind-Quelling" (kazeshizume) — KOIDE Ayako

No.273 (Feb, 2013)

Special Issue: The Frontline of Folklore Studies in America and China
  • Introduction to the Special Issue: Preventing Japanese Folklore Studies from Being Isolated by the World — SUGA Yutaka
  • The Philology of the Vernacular — Richard BAUMAN
  • Critical Nostalgia and Material Culture in Northern Ireland —Ray CASHMAN
  • The Optic Imaginary: Thoughts on the Relationship of Seeing and Being Seen in "Koshikijima no Toshidon" Michael Dylan FOSTER
  • American Public Folklore: Issues, Practices and Prospects — Robert BARON
  • The Context and Stage for Narrative, Using the Example of the Nuosu Yi People's "Kezhi" (Verbal Duel), and its Epic Tradition — Qubumo Bamo
  • Farewell to the Field —Aidong Shi
  • Folk Beliefs as a Topic for Research on Intangible Cultural Heritage — Bingzhong Gao
  • From Written Paradigm to Oral Paradigm: On Paradigm Shifts in Folk Literary Studies, and the Autonomy of the Discipline — Zongdi Liu

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